Marc and the rest of the gang will be departing in a few short hours.
Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and the rest of the crew will soon be saying farewell.
This is correct, the last episode of Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight is about to premiere on Disney Plus. This will be the final episode of the MCU Phase 4 TV programme. With everything that’s happened thus far being so bizarre and disorienting, here’s hope that Moon Knight episode 6 will be the perfect way to wrap out one of the finest MCU productions in recent memory.
Then you’ll want to know when the sixth (and maybe last) episode of Moon Knight will be available on Disney’s streaming platform. The next episode of the Disney Plus programme will be released on the platform on the date shown below. The entire release schedule for every Moon Knight episode will also be included, in case you need a reminder on when each episode was published.
Check out some of our other Moon Knight-related articles before you get started. Check out our story on why Marvel’s TV programmes aren’t enticing consumers to sign up for Disney Plus to see how an episode 5 Easter egg formally connects Moon Knight to the larger MCU. After you’ve finished reading them, you may find out when Moon Knight episode 6 will be released.
Moon Knight episode 6 is scheduled for release on what date?
On May 4 at 12 a.m. PT/ 3 a.m. ET/ 8 a.m. BST/ 12:30 p.m. IST/ 5 p.m. AEST, Disney Plus will premiere the sixth episode of Moon Knight.
In order to catch it as soon as it’s available on Disney’s streaming service in the United States, fans may want to stay up late the night before to do so. However, UK Disney Plus users will be able to view it in the morning before heading to school or work.
Moon Knight series finale spoilers are certain, no matter where you’ll be viewing it, so you’ll need to take extra care. Final episode means spoilers, references to Moon Knight’s future in the MCU, and maybe a post-credits scene.
In our opinion? On Twitter and other social media platforms, keep the hashtags #MoonKnightepisode6 and #MoonKnightspoilers hidden. Alternatively, you may just avoid social media until you’ve seen it.
What is the last episode of Moon Knight’s run time?
As it turns out, the sixth and final episode of Moon Knight will be the series’ shortest to yet. Amit Chaudhari, a VFX artist and industry insider, said the series finale of Moon Knight to be 42 minutes long on his personal Twitter account.
Too little time has passed for Moon Knight’s multiple storylines to be resolved.
We need to know how Marc Spector escapes from the Egyptian afterlife, frees Khonshu, regains his Moon Knight abilities, and prevents Arthur Harrow from freeing Ammit from her tomb. There’s also the question of whether Steven Grant is really gone, and whether or not Jake Lockley, Marc’s third personality, will make an appearance. As well as the possibility of a post-credits sequence that may hint at the future of Moon Knight in the MCU.
With the show’s six to seven-minute long credits factored in, there may only be 35 minutes of genuine material to convey. It’s possible, though, that Chaudhari’s 42-minute duration confirmation does not include the show’s credits. Hopefully, we’ll get the better of the two options.
How many episodes of Moon Knight will there be? The whole launch schedule is available here.
Here’s the whole Moon Knight release schedule, which verifies that this is the last chapter in the saga:
- Moon Knight episode 1 – Wednesday, March 30 (available to stream now)
- Moon Knight episode 2 – Wednesday, April 6 (available to stream now)
- Moon Knight episode 3 – Wednesday, April 13 (available to stream now)
- Moon Knight episode 4 – Wednesday, April 20 (available to stream now)
- Moon Knight episode 5 – Wednesday, April 27 (available to stream now)
- Moon Knight episode 6 – Wednesday, May 4
Fortunately, the next round of Marvel projects will come in a short period of time. Doctor Strange 2, the next MCU film, opens in cinemas exclusively on May 5 or 6, depending on where you live, two days after the conclusion of Moon Knight (one day if you live in the UK).
Also on June 8, a live-action Disney Plus series featuring Ms Marvel will premiere as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). In addition to Black Panther 2, Thor 4, and She-Hulk, there’s a lot to look forwards to this year.